07.31.07 Uncensored News Reports From Across The Middle East (video; over 18 only)

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This video contains images depicting the reality and horror of war and should only be viewed by a mature audience.

Selected Episode

July 31, 2007

“Second Korean Hostage Killed by Taliban,” Al Jazeera English, Qatar
“Rice Meets Arab Foreign Ministers in Sharm el Sheikh,” Dubai TV, UAE
“U.S. Signs Huge Arms Deal with Arab Countries,” Al-Alam TV, Iran
“Weapons in Saudi Arabia Should Point Towards Iran,” IBA TV, Israel
“What’s on the Agenda of the Arab Foreign Ministers in Cairo?” Abu Dhabi TV, UAE
“New Troubles Await Pakistani Government at Another Mosque,” Al Jazeera TV, Qatar
“Islamists Withdraw from Jordanian Elections,” Al Arabiya TV, UAE
“Security Returns to Al Anbar,” Al-Iraqiya TV, Iraq
“General Aoun Supported the Killers of Gemayel’s Son,” Future TV, Lebanon

One thought on “07.31.07 Uncensored News Reports From Across The Middle East (video; over 18 only)

  1. Namiste,

    I hope that the execution of hostages by these people shouldn’t be a shock to any one as this is their usual mode of operandi.

    I am sure that the South Korean Government has a no acceptance of any ultimatums by any foreign body for negotiating for any hostages just as our government would do. They are all screwed. They won’t negotiate as it would make it profitable to take hostages from every where that they might find or capture some foreigners.

    The way they hand out billions of dollars to foreign countries I sure wish they would hand me over I am not even going to be greedy I would settle for a few hundred thousand?

    The Vice Presidents policy of wanting to nuke Iran till they glow will definitely send the wrong message to the peoples of the region. I am sure he would advocate turning Iran into a glass ashtray!!!

    Namiste and peace to you!!!

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